promenade concert


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promenade concert

n
(Music, other) a concert at which some of the audience stand rather than sit. Often shortened to: prom
Translations
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promenade concert

n (Brit) (Mus) → concerto di musica classica (che fa parte di una rassegna che si tiene ogni anno a Londra)
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He has been secretary to a promenade concert company--deceived by a penniless manager.
1895: The first London Promenade Concert took place, played by an orchestra of 80 in the Queen's Hall.
1895: The first London Promenade Concert took place, founded by Henry Wood and Robert Newman, and played by an orchestra of 80 in the Queen's Hall.
On the same day in 1788, he finished his Jupiter 1895 The first London Promenade Concert took place, founded by Henry Wood and Robert Newman, and played by an orchestra of 80 in the Queen's Hall.
She had played Chopin in a promenade concert, tried to become a nun, was committed to an institution by her brother, escaped, had an accident when her van was hit by a motorcyclist for which she believed herself to blame, and thereafter lived in fear of arrest.
He conducted his first Henry Wood Promenade Concert with his new forces last year, but this year he is a presence in force, and not just as a baton-wielder, making contributions, too, as violinist and orchestrator.
AoIAAEm going to try and reinvent the promenade concert,Ao he says, with multiple short events taking place on the same evening.
I listened to a Promenade concert on Radio 3 recently (while decorating a ceiling
The Karajan Collection: Philharmonia Promenade Concert.
His last major premiere (of his Third Piano Concerto, with himself as soloist) was at a Promenade Concert in 1944.
Sadly he died in 1999, but he is pictured here with members of the Teesside Youth Orchestra, shown in November 1975 before taking part in a school promenade concert event at the Royal Albert Hall in London.